Screenshots of Oliver O’Brien’s Geodemographics of Housing in Great Britain, a map of the 2010 Index of Multiple Depravation in the style of Charles Booth’s famous Poverty Map of the late 1800s. Read more here.
The last three photos show one of the more interesting (to me, anyway) parts of this map: the divide between Waltham Forest (largely red and orange) and Redbridge (largely green) in east London. The areas always felt somewhat similar in terms of housing stock to me, but they show up very differently here. Perhaps part of that is transport related: the railway you can see running through the latter is the Central line, which goes directly to the middle of the city.